Earth System CoG and the Earth System Grid Federation: A Partnership for Improved Data Management and Project Coordination. BESSIG March 18, 2014 Boulder, CO
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Earth System CoGand the Earth System Grid Federation: A Partnership for Improved Data Management and Project Coordination
BESSIG March 18, 2014
Sylvia Murphy (NOAA/CIRES) (firstname.lastname@example.org), Luca Cinquini(JPL/NOAA), Cecelia DeLuca (NOAA/CIRES), Allyn Treshansky (NOAA/CIRES)
Screenshot of the CoG project workspace for the 2012 Dynamical Core Model Intercomparison (DCMIP) Workshop.
This example shows the Partners feature that allows projects to list their project partners and include a logo for each. Below the list for ED-DOC is a consolidated view of the partners for ES-DOC’s peer projects.
Project-level metadata is linked in standardized locations via the upper navigation bar.
The CoG schema contains classes to describe software development projects, short-courses or meetings, and overall project coordination. Projects select which metadata to display via a simple web form.
Questions and contacts:
ESRL ESGF data node: http://hydra.fsl.noaa.gov/esgf-web-fe/
PCMDI ESGF data node: http://pcmdi9.llnl.gov/esgf-web-fe/
JPL ESGF data node: http://esg-datanode.jpl.nasa.gov/esgf-web-fe/